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Nov 10, 2012 10:00am EST
oo life. the president says it's held in the democratic inches city tuesdays, the open innocence of franchises, the quality of deliberation and degree of transparency and mekisms in of accountability. this is different than leaders who are most interested in ends. they insist most vehemently on the ends they want to achieve and they work backwards to craft those strategies that meets those goals. these two can be great leaders. for a process president, the means are the end. on tuesday night president obama spent the bulk of his speech praising not the outcome of the election, but the process by which it was achieved. active participation by citizens. >> i want to thank every american who participated in this election. whether you voted for the very first time or waited in lineor a very long time. by the way, we have to fix that. >> did you catch that? the thing that needs to be fixed. the quality of the process. now the pundants have spent the latter half of this week dissecting what signals the american people were sending on tuesday night, but determining the will, the corrective
Nov 11, 2012 10:00am EST
the most at the hands of this disaster. i met a guy, a pastor yesterday in atlantic city who is suffering from this disaster and he's holding his son and homeless. but he's teaching other folks what do during this disaster. oftentimes, advocates aren't even ready to take on the big picture, the thing that's coming next. >> the red hook is a really good example for the need for government and investment in communities. red hook, there's amazing stories of community support, of the intern who came down and set up a clinic in red hook. because you had people who weren't getting their insulin, who were in serious danger, physical danger as a result. there's still 20 buildings in red hook without electricity and heat. this is how many days after, how many weeks? my brother spent the past week and a half in red hook barely sleeping. let me say about one of the things that happened in red hook. public housing, we're not investing in it. >> as soon as we see sandy, we see how that lack of investment in public housing has this enormous impact. thank you too mindy and my dear husband jame
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